Mr Justice Warby has given the go ahead for the BA group action court case to proceed as our firm is appointed to the Steering Committee responsible for the conduct of proceedings.
We’re delighted that we have been appointed by the High Court to the Steering Committee, and it’s an important step toward justice for the hundreds of thousands affected with the green light for the GLO (Group Litigation Order) given.
We’ve also been successful in ensuring that the deadline to claim is not as short as the lawyers for British Airways had originally wanted.
BA group action court case to proceed
The BA group action court case being given the go ahead to move forward is an important step toward compensation for the victims if the 2018 data breach incidents.
It’s also a landmark victory in terms of cyber-attack compensation, and we’ve been busy over the weekend taking on new cases and building the client group.
It’s easy to find out if you’re eligible to make a claim for data breach compensation. All you need to do is check your eligibility on the BA Group Action website here. If you can claim, you can also start your No Win, No Fee legal case by providing a little further information on the website.
Deadline to claim
The deadline to join the BA group action court case is now set to be in January 2021. This comes after the lawyers representing British Airways had initially wanted just a 17-week turnaround, which could have left hundreds of thousands missing out on the chance to claim.
We are, however, recommending that anyone who is serious about claiming should start their case as soon as possible. There may be limited places in our client group, and there’s also a great deal of work that needs to be done ahead of the deadline. To ensure that you don’t miss out, you should start sooner rather than later.
Plus, if there are any settlements before the deadline, you could see an earlier resolution.
Join the BA group action court case
To join the BA group action court case, visit the website here to check your eligibility and get your claim started right away.
We’re offering No Win, No Fee representation, so what have you got to lose?
Claimants could be entitled to claim an estimated £6,000.00 in damages. Where there’s an extreme psychological reaction to the breaches, pay-outs could extend up to £16,000.00.
You may also be able to claim back for any losses from fraudulent transactions as well.
IMPORTANT: advice on this page is intended to be up-to-date for the 'first published date'.
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